Blog It: Free Open Access to Nursing Education (#FOANed)

This poster was submitted to the 17th National Nurse Education conference (#NNEC18) and is based around Free Open Access to Nursing education (#FOANed) and specialist online communities of practice (eCOP) that can develop with social media. The blog metrics to measure the global reach of Nursing Education Network, are a method for showing the impact of social media and the numbers of interactions related to the blog. Analytics from WordPress.com and Google analytics can be used to demonstrate analysis of post views, users, blog views, visitor city and country data to show the potential global reach.

This post has also been shared as part of the #WeNurses and #WeCommunities project #70nursebloggers & #70midwifebloggersThe aim is to inspire 70 nurses / student nurses / midwives / student midwives to blog in order to raise profile of what nurses and midwives do and nurses & midwives blogging and to celebrate 70 years of the NHS. If anyone wants to write a blog post, more than happy to upload into this site.

References

Rozenblum, R. and Bates, D. W. (2013). Patient-centred healthcare, social media and the internet: the perfect storm?. BMJ Quality & Safety.

DeCamp, M., Koenig, T. W., & Chisolm, M. S. (2013). Social media and physicians’ online identity crisisJAMA310(6), 581-582.

Carroll, C., Bruno, K., & Vontschudi, M. (2016). Social Media and Free Open Access Medical Education: The Future of Medical and Nursing Education? American Journal of Critical Care: An Official Publication, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, 25(1), 93-6.

Moorley, C. R., & Chinn, T. (2014). Nursing and Twitter: creating an online community using hashtagsCollegian21(2), 103-109.

Royal College of Nursing (RCN). (2016). Every nurse an e-nurse. Digital capabilities for 21st century nursing. Retrieved from https://www.rcn.org.uk/clinical-topics/ehealth/current-work

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